Design project for an annual country fair, with tonnes of vintage style effects.
A slave to nuanced design, my favourite elements are the lace overlays, the sideshow alley shooting gallery (the waves! Couldn't you just die?) and the old perforated show tickets with Nashville typography.
Stacked with layers, it is a dense, dusty design which could only have been enhanced further by being driven over by a truck on a gravel road. I knew there was a chance the client might want some of these things removed (gulp). The material from pervious years was much simpler, and the poster design they gave me as a reference point was single layer.
There were minor changes to the design, but luckily the client went back to the original look after trialling some of their own ideas about colour etc. Note to self: it is always preferable to send a client the RGB when looking at designs digitally (even if they will eventually go to print). The difference between the CMYK and RGB is an unnecessary conversation, and one best avoided if possible.